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Guardianships Attorney
in Evansville, Indiana

Often, when someone becomes a guardian, something drastic has happened in their life. We understand that if you are pursuing guardianship, you want an attorney who is empathetic and understanding of your case. We are here to help you through the process as you apply for guardianship of a minor, an incapacitated dependent or parent.

Becoming a guardian or committing to guardianship carries several steps and responsibilities. All are intricate and involved, but there is no need to carry these burdens and expectations alone. Our services also include estate planning, full and limited guardianship, incapacitation litigation and proceedings, appointing professional, public, and lay guardians. These litigations can be complicated, deeply personal, and challenging, but we are here to help.

Here to Offer Compassionate Counsel

Booking your appointment with Bradley J. Salmon means partnering with professional services dedicated to collaborating with you to achieve your guardian goals—for any minor or incapacitated dependent that needs your help. These cases are incredibly personal to everyone involved. Not only do you deserve to know your rights and your dependent’s rights, but you also deserve someone that will support you during this emotional time. Guardianship proceedings are challenging, but we are here to help reduce the stress, so you can focus on your ward.

We are dedicated and committed to serving the people of Evansville, Indiana, but are here for our neighbors in Newburgh, Boonville, Mount Vernon, and Princeton as well. We’ll guide you through the steps necessary for all guardianship cases, and will provide individualized focus—because every case is different.

We're ready to stand with you as you begin your first chapter of the Indiana guardianship process.

We can help you pilot full and limited guardianship litigation, as well as appoint professional, public, or lay guardians to incapacitated persons and minors. Incapacitation challenges individuals to step up and assume accountability—and care for those who cannot otherwise manage their own property or self-care. This is why we also offer estate planning services. Once you have assumed guardianship over your dependent, personal property can follow, and you should have a firm at your side that can guide you through these intricacies.

Guardianship cases are deeply personal affairs. They usually involve minors, family members, friends, or spouses that need a guardian. The client needs to walk a tightrope between the legalities of becoming or appointing a guardian and the emotional peaks and valleys that follow. They will need to prove they can truly look after their charge, and that they are best suited to be a guardian to the protected person. Just because you are walking a tightrope does not mean you should do that without a net. We are that net, and we will catch you when these legal affairs can feel far too stressful.

You want the best for the people you love, and we want to help. We know we are not just representing you; we are representing your dependents. We want them just as protected as you are, so at the end of the day everyone is safe and where they need to be. That is why we proudly serve our clients in Evansville, IN, as well as neighboring cities like Newburgh, Mount Vernon, Princeton, and the greater Vanderburgh County area. Book your appointment with us today so we can get you and your protected person the representation and guidance needed. We look forward to serving you.

Let Us Guide You Forward

Guardianship carries unique challenges that scrutinize intention and integrity. In litigation where emotion meets legality, all involved can be pushed to their limits. Estate planning, incapacitation cases, and appointing or assuming full or limited guardianship can be complex. However, you do not need to walk alone. We will be there every step of the way when you put your trust in our dedicated team.